Non-Classical Formulations of the Second Principle of Thermodynamics

The nature of the Heat and Meditation

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    "Thermodynamics, in spite of its age, is not a well-developed science for the treatment of dynamical and dissipative phenomena so often encountered in the discipline of continuum physics. This inadequacy, when used as a reason to avoid the treatment of the physical phenomena in which thermodynamics is essential, often eliminates the very interesting and lively aspects of the physical sciences."

       A. Cemal Eringen
       Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Sciences, Princeton University, 1967

N. Petrov, A. Szekeres, Non-Classical Thermoelasticity, 2009

N. Petrov, A. Szekeres, New Approach to the Non-Classical Heat Conduction, 2008

N. Petrov, General Thermodynamic Theory for Active Bio-Continuum, 2007

N. Petrov, S.R. Pollack, Comparative Analysis of Diffusive and  Stress  Induced Nutrient  Transport
Efficiency in the Lacunar-Canalicular System of Osteons
, 2003

N. Petrov, S.R. Pollack, The Idea that Stress Induced Fluid Flow Can Provide Sufficient Nutrient Transport in Osteons Could be an Illusion, 2003

N. Petrov, Y. Brankov, Modern Problems of Thermodynamics (book, in Russian, 282 p.), "Мir", Moscow, 1986.

N. Petrov, N. Vulchanov, A Note on the Non-Classical Heat conduction, 1982
All recommendations, suggestions and proposals for exchange of experience in the field of Non-Classical Thermodynamics or Modeling of Bio-Continuum Phenomena are welcome!

Assoc. Prof. Nikola Petrov
Institute of Mechanics
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
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